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    I did it different. Just use the raincube, and add the snow-texture to it by clicking on the right mouse/material/assign from generic browser..

    Works like a charm and looks pretty neat! I use it in myu Christmas Autumns dream...

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    Thanks a ton Setheran!

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    Originally posted by Setheran View Post
    This had me stumped for ages, but it's actually really straightforward. If you open up WAR-Avalanche and click the show all actors button, the snow should appear. It's basically the rain cube mesh from the UN_Weather package but with a snow material applied to it (which can be found in the same package).

    Likewise, the rain on WAR-Downtown consists of lots of rain cube static meshes but with the drizzle material applied for a lighter rain. The reason you don't see them in the editor is because they're in a Rain group (see the generic browser "groups" tab) which is set to hidden to stop them getting in the way while editing. Just tick the check box there and it'll all appear for you to look at.

    It's just a case of using many copies of that rain cube mesh with the right material applied to it, then scaling them up as much as you can get away with.
    THANK YOU!!!
    I feel sooo freaken stupid now. lmao

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    This had me stumped for ages, but it's actually really straightforward. If you open up WAR-Avalanche and click the show all actors button, the snow should appear. It's basically the rain cube mesh from the UN_Weather package but with a snow material applied to it (which can be found in the same package).

    Likewise, the rain on WAR-Downtown consists of lots of rain cube static meshes but with the drizzle material applied for a lighter rain. The reason you don't see them in the editor is because they're in a Rain group (see the generic browser "groups" tab) which is set to hidden to stop them getting in the way while editing. Just tick the check box there and it'll all appear for you to look at.

    It's just a case of using many copies of that rain cube mesh with the right material applied to it, then scaling them up as much as you can get away with.

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    I've been looking almost everywhere.. no luck yet.
    And I NEED snow for a map I am making.

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    Anyone having any luck? I've been experimenting with stuff but still no good.. :\

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    Thanks, I'll check that out too.

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    There's p_snow1 in envy_level_effects_2 but its kind of small and obviously being blown by the wind, not falling. But you can probably edit that enough to fit what you need

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    Yeah, I just need falling snow. Rain might work, I'll look at Coret.

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    Hmm, static mesh...! That's interesting but that also rules out the possibility of creating the system using UnrealED. We'd have to use Maya or something equivalent to make the snow which is kinda disconcerting.

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    i noticed that the rain in coret was actually a mesh, there is a "weather" section in the static mesh files, UN_Weather i think, try looking at that.

    i assumed you just meant snow in general, not just falling snow, why i pointed you to look at avalanche.

    you might also look at : War-Onyxcoast, DM-Gateway, & DM-Biohazard they as well have snow/ice themes.

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    Ok I just opened avalanche too. I thought the snow would be an emitter but couldn't find it. It also wasn't evident as if snow was falling when I turned the real time preview on.

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    in 2k4, you used....uhh... wait a sec


    xWeatherEffect

    ex: see grendelkeep rain effect

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    I checked Avalanche but didn't quite know what to look for. It's done differently than 2k4, right?

    Thanks, I'll check Hourences again.

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    Checking out an already made map is a good idea. You'd probably do the effect via the particle editor though. I think Hourences has a tutorial on the editor in www.hourences.com. Check that out. It would be a good idea to get the UT3 CE VTMs from somewhere because they have a section on the particle editor too.
    Good Luck.

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